How to Make Cheese Sandwich
- Take a skillet and preheat over medium heat.
- Butter one side of the bread generously.
- Put the bread on the bottom of the skillet butter-side-down and dispense 1 slice of cheese.
- Butter the second slice of bread on one side and add on the top of the sandwich butter-side-up.
- Allow grilling until lightly browned and turn over. Continue to grill until cheese is fully melted.
- Repeat the same procedure with remaining 2 slices of bread, butter, and the slice of cheese.
- Serve with or without a dipping sauce!
- Another type of a cooked cheese sandwich is the cheese toastie or just toastie, a dish especially well known in the United Kingdom that is set up by either heating or broiling a cheese sandwich.
- The cheese dream, an open-faced grilled cheese sandwich, became very popular in the United States amid the Great Depression (the 1930s).
- S. government cookbooks portray Navy cooks blazing "American cheese filling sandwiches" amid the World War II. Numerous variants of the grilled cheese sandwich are now available on restaurant menus over the U.S. and universally.
In the United States, cheese sandwiches are usually presented with soup (more often than not ‘tomato soup’). The sandwich is widely served as a snack or any whole meal of the day.